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The goal of Breaking Borders is to facilitate important dialogue surrounding social justice issues. Throughout the school year, neighboring schools across Long Island, including Elmont, Syosset, Oyster Bay, Levittown, Freeport and Amityville, get together to engage in conversation.
On Feb. 9, two Elmont Memorial High School Science Research students Keilia Hooke and Maxline Delorme were invited to present their work at the regional Junior Sciences and Humanities Symposium (JSHS).
Please join us on March 6th and 7th for Elmont Memorial High School's production of In the Heights. Written by Lin Manuel Miranda, the famed composer of Hamilton, In the Heights tells a story of every day people living in the hispanic neighborhood Washington Heights. Come and experience Miranda's fantastic latin rhythms and infectious hip-hop raps."
Elmont Memorial High School students Munahil Sultana and salutatorian Marvia Pressoir have been named semifinalists by the Coca-Cola Scholars Foundation. Munahil and Marvia are among 1,928 students who were selected from across the country.
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Superintendent of Schools Dr. James Grossane is continuing the tradition of hosting a Superintendent’s Advisory Council, which was set by his predecessor Dr. Ralph Ferrie.
Elmont Memorial High School announced that Jahnia Cunningham and Marvia Pressoir are the valedictorian and salutatorian, respectively, of the Class of 2020.
On Nov. 15, 12 Elmont Memorial High School students began the Northwell Health Spark! Challenge. The program brings together educators, schools and Northwell teams to introduce students to career areas that require competencies in STEM skills.
The Sewanhaka Central High School District announced that Elmont Memorial High School has been recognized as an Apple Distinguished School for 2019-2022. The high school was honored for its work in successfully using instructional technology to enhance learning, promote creativity and ensure equity for all students.
Elmont Memorial senior soccer player Nyla Allen was recognized as one of Newsday’s Top 100 female soccer players on Long Island. Congratulations, Nyla!
Elmont Memorial High School is proud to announce that Tochi Ukegbu and Shawn Springer (alternate) have been selected to perform with the All-State Vocal Jazz Ensemble in the New York State School Music Association All-State Festival being held in Rochester, New York.
A group of Elmont Memorial student-musicians shared their musical prowess with music educators, connoisseurs and students from around the country at The National Association of Negro Musicians Inc.’s Centennial Convention held in Chicago from July 14-19.
Elmont Memorial’s Ekele Ukegbu won first place at the Jimmy Awards on June 24. The National High School Musical Theatre Awards (the Jimmy Awards), presented by The Broadway League Foundation, recognize individual artistry in vocal, dance and acting performance.
Elmont Memorial recently welcomed the newest members of the school’s internationally recognized Model United Nations Program.
Elmont Memorial’s Science Research Program is proud to announce that several students were honored at the 2019 Long Island Science Congress Senior Division Awards ceremony at St. Anthony’s High School on May 20.
Elmont Memorial senior researcher Michael Lawes was recently published in the September 2018 issue of NeuroToxicology, a peer-reviewed scientific journal. Lawes was a contributing author to the article, “System-specific neurodegeneration following glucotoxicity in the C. elegans model.”
Ninety-two students from Elmont Memorial’s Class of 2018, Class of 2019 and Class of 2020 have been named Advanced Placement Scholars by the College Board in recognition of their exceptional achievement on the college-level Advanced Placement Exams.
Superintendent Dr. Ralph Ferrie and Elmont Memorial Principal Kevin Dougherty have been selected to receive the Nassau BOCES Education Partner Award.